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Former Yahoo CEO’s Mid-Century Modernized Home Fetches $18.6M

Former Yahoo CEO’s Mid-Century Modernized Home Fetches $18.6M

A true Mid-Century Modern home designed by John Cooper Funk was constructed on the 12-acre Los Altos Hills parcel at 12950 Robleda Road back in 1955. Listed as an implied tear down for $7.5 million in 1999, with approved plans for a contemporary 8,000-square-foot home and touting the “value... Read More »

Liebermann Designed Berkeley Hills Pad Listed for $3.8 Million

Liebermann Designed Berkeley Hills Pad Listed for $3.8 Million

A major addition by the late Daniel Liebermann transformed this former redwood cottage, which sits on two secluded parcels totaling 1.4 acres up in the Berkeley Hills at 200 Panoramic Way, back in 1991. Since dubbed “Panoramic Sky,” a floating wooden staircase leads from the home’s new stone-paved foyer to... Read More »

Mid-Century Modern Mill Valley Gem Fetches $2.8 Million

Mid-Century Modern Mill Valley Gem Fetches $2.8 Million

Designed by Daniel Liebermann and built out of old-growth redwood, glass and brick back in 1962, the Mid-Century Modern Mill Valley home at 861 Lovell Avenue, which was listed for $2.795 million, has sold for $2.8 million. The main two-bedroom home sits on a 1.25-acre wooded lot, with a... Read More »

Stunning Pac Heights Home Sells for Over Asking and a $1.75M Loss

Stunning Pac Heights Home Sells for Over Asking and a $1.75M Loss

Purchased for $11.75 million in late 2014, the Mid-Century Modern ‘Larsen House’ at 2610 Scott Street, which was designed by renowned architect Joseph Esherick and built in 1962, has re-sold for $10 million or $2,148 per square foot. While the sale represents an apples-to-apples loss of 15 percent ($1.75... Read More »

Stunning Pac Heights Home Re-Listed at a $2 Million Loss

Stunning Pac Heights Home Re-Listed at a $2 Million Loss

Designed by renowned architect Joseph Esherick and built in 1962, the Mid-Century Modern ‘Larsen House’ at 2610 Scott Street traded hands for the first time in late 2014, listed for $9.75 million and fetching $11.75 million or roughly $2,525 per square foot. Six months later, the “exquisite and rare”... Read More »

Word Up by 2.3 Percent per Year

Word Up by 2.3 Percent per Year

Purchased for $1.55 million in 2007, the 1,979-square-foot, mid-century modern home in architect-restored condition at 7 Cameo Way returned to the market listed for $1.995 million at the end of last year. Delisted and relisted for $1.795 million in March, the sale at $1.885 million, which closed escrow yesterday,... Read More »

50 Percent over Asking in Presidio Heights! By Design

50 Percent over Asking in Presidio Heights! By Design

The sale of the rather pristine Mid-Century Modern infill pad at 3610 Washington Street, which was designed by William Wurster and built on the site of an adjacent home’s former tennis court in 1959, has closed escrow with a reported contract price of $11,300,001; exactly $2,000 per square foot.... Read More »

Mid-Century Hacienda in the Oakland Hills Fetches $726 Per Foot

Mid-Century Hacienda in the Oakland Hills Fetches $726 Per Foot

Listed for $2.4 million, the remodeled 4,065-square-foot ‘Mid-Century Hacienda’ in the Oakland Hills which we featured last month has closed escrow with a reported contract price of $2.95 million or roughly $726 per square foot. The five-bedroom home sits on a 1.5-acre gated parcel at 5630 Bacon Road, with... Read More »

No Atlas Shrug, More Like a High Five (or Six)

No Atlas Shrug, More Like a High Five (or Six)

Listed for $232,000 less than the price which was paid for the rather exceptional Mid-Century Modern home at 10 Atlas Place two years ago, it shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise that the listing agent for the Berkeley Hills pad was able to achieve an “Over Asking!”... Read More »

Wurster Designed Infill on a Former Tennis Court for $7.5M

Wurster Designed Infill on a Former Tennis Court for $7.5M

Designed by William Wurster and built on the site of an adjacent home’s former tennis court in 1959, the majority of the 5,650 square foot Mid-Century pad at 3610 Washington Street is hidden behind its carport and garage, with a wind-protected garden court between. The Presidio Heights home, which... Read More »